I've configured a Windows 2012 RDS Farm with two virtual servers (VMWare - each one on a different ESX server).
Both servers have Licensing, Web Access, Gateway, Connection Broker and Session Host roles. High Availability is set up and it works fine. Remote Apps are working and even Windows XP clients have access to the web interface. User profile path is \vmfiles1\UserProfileDisks\App\ and almost everyone has full right access to it.
The problem I have is that I would like to be able to access both servers at the same time with the Administrator account (console), but each time I try, the second server that I logon to give me access with a temporary profile. I tried to enable/disable multiple sessions per user and forced Admin logoff with the GPO but nothing changed.
Another thing is that the server pool is not saved, so each time I restart the RDS server or I logoff from it, I have to add a server in the server manager.
Do you have any idea?
Sorry if my english is not perfect.
Basically the main problem is: when profile disk is enabled, I can't connect with Administrator to both server at same time, because of course the Admin's profile disk is already in use. So I would like to know if is it possible to keep Profile Disk Enabled for the users and disabled for the Administrator. Is that possible?